Korea is known to be a sensitive country, and they were very eager to preserve their culture and belief despite the modern way of living. In this new era, the LGBT community, which represents those who are coming out with different sexuality, aside from being a man or woman, is embracing the diversity of each person, promoting and taking pride in individuality, and fighting against discrimination. However, in the said country, LGBT is still a taboo, and you'll definitely get criticized once you come out or openly admits you are part of the community, especially if you are a huge personality. Thus, these K-pop idols took the courage and stood proud of their real identity, announcing it to their fans and to the world that they are part of the LGBT community either before their debut or after establishing their career in the industry.
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Jae Park comes from kpop group Day6, but was also a prominent streamer on Twitch where he gamed with other well-known content creators like Valkyrae. During streams, Jae has spoken out about some of the rules he must endure by being a kpop artist, like not cursing in Korean, and some of his explanations have gone as far as making remarks against his agency and management, saying that he is expected to be a "perfect specimen," and will otherwise be reprimanded. But these strict rules are quite normal across most kpop idols and groups.